In 2009, Nardavid joined the Cuban Hip-Hop band "Eminencia Clasica", and was a member until 2012. He has described the experience as a good "stepping stone" for his solo career. In the fall of 2010, Nardavid co-wrote the hit song "Te extraño my baby" with Yami Manzano of Eminencia Clasica, produced by Nardavid and Yami Manzano for Eminencia Clasica third album, the music video of the song was nominated for Video of the Year at the 2011 Lucas Awards (Spanish: Premios Lucas).


At twenty-one, he began work on a solo career releasing the album Increíble. Nar gained recognition following the release of his debut single, “Movimiento”, which was originally premiered on Facebook in 2011, but was commercially released as a single in 2012 by Planet Records. Nardavid re-released Increíble on May 20, 2013. The re-release, Increíble: Deluxe Edition, featured two new songs: "Necesito Hablarte" and "Todo Cambié". The re-release also features a remix of "1,2,3 What The Fuck!" club version.


After releasing the album Increíble: Deluxe Edition, he debuted his first major EP, Hot Latino, in 2015. It received a fair amount of buzz on the internet. Nardavid released his fourth free project, titled "Kio" on Sep 2, 2016, releasing independently 3 singles “Sexo en la Noche”, “Tú Y Yo” and “Rapampam” originally premiered on SoundCloud. The lead single from his fourth free project Kio, “Sexo en la Noche”, was sent to radio on September 8, 2017 and was released digitally on September 22, 2017.


On July 15, 2019 Nardavid revealed her unreleased track “Chica Bonita”, a new release by Nardavid in two years since the release of her latest official EP, [Kio]. "Chica Bonita" is a Latin spanish pop track, the song has kind of a tropic house beat to it, particularly once the tune really picks up steam, there are some nice pounding parts to the pre-chorus, the sax as part of the music is awesome... Now the only thing we can say is that his future is looking brighter and brighter with every song that he puts out. Good luck, Nar.



Nardavid was born on April 2, 1991, in Matanzas, Cuba, the son of Magalys Alfonso and Norberto Aguilar. He began studying music in a local community school at the age of seven, before joining to the kids band "Los Aragoncitos de Cienfuegos" and the canadian project "Los Primos (the cousins) Canada" at age ten along.